What Makes Great Staff Recognition

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“Deserving staff members, who hear positive feedback regularly, feel good about where they work and what they do. Morale is high. Staff members are more engaged, more committed and more productive than those people who work in environments characterized by negative feedback or no feedback at all.”

– Nelson Scott, Consultant, Author, Speaker, Trainer and Facilitator.

And definitely worth noting, Nelson Scott, a friend and colleague of mine who, unbeknownst to him, published one of the best reads ever on the subject of Positive Workplace Mental Health… For Teams!

Checkout what made the list of the top 9 Articles according to Briefly Noted readers: https://brieflynotedonline.wordpress.com/2020/01/07/top-9-for-2019-the-most-popular-articles-of-the-past-12-months/

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2 thoughts on “What Makes Great Staff Recognition”

  1. Thanks for your kind words about my article in your newsletter Robert. I have certainly learned much about the connection between mental health and wellbeing and staff recognition from you during our conversations.

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  2. I have Nelson Scott’s book, GREAT Job! Improve Retention, Boost Morale and Increase Engagement with High-Value, Low-Cost Staff Recognition on my bookshelf. It is a perfect resource for any leader, from manager to Girl Guide leader. Thank you Robert for support our colleague’s good work. GREAT JOB, gentlemen!

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